Always Hungry? “Forget Calories!” Says New Diet Book

If you’re like many people, you see a New Year as a new opportunity to find a better way to eat to achieve or maintain a healthier body weight or avoid winter weight gain. Perhaps you’ll try a new fitness class or two, or start yoga or meditation to manage… Read More

Experts’ Food, Fitness & Fiction Holiday Gift Picks

With the holiday season in full swing, I decided to turn to a discriminating and dynamic group of nutrition and fitness experts and authors to share what’s on their food-, fitness-, and fiction-related gift wish lists. Whether you’re shopping for yourself or simply want some (mostly healthy) gift ideas for… Read More

Changing Up Your Fitness Routine

If you know me, you know I typically post my daily workouts. When I’m home (in New York City), and especially during the warm summer months, my Nike sneakers typically take me to various parts of Central Park. I always love it there but recently decided to switch things up… Read More

10 Lessons Nutritionists Taught Their Mothers

Check out the lesson I taught my mom, and other lessons taught by my RD/RDN colleagues and friends, in this Eat + Run piece for… Read More


Want to keep your hair looking its best, inject a little more laughter into your day, get motivated to move despite the obstacles or eat well and enjoyably? Check out my Spring into Summer Stressipes® EZine. Thanks to experts Ted Gibson, Heather Frey, Stone & Stone, Sally Kuzemchak and Toby… Read More

Food, Fitness, Sleep and Connection: Coping With a Mother’s Illness

Here I share a personal story about my mother’s recent illness and how it affected me in my Eat + Run blog. I hope that it resonates with you and helps you be able to get through the tough times with your habits–and your health–intact.… Read More

Can We Really Age Backwards?

Aging is an inevitable part of life. I actually enjoy some of the perks of getting older—seeing my children grow and experience life, feeling more centered and getting more clarity about myself and life in general. But do we have to surrender to looking and feeling worse, physically and mentally,… Read More

Stress-Related Eating Among Kids: How Parents Can Help

Stress doesn’t just impact parents; kids feel it too! Here’s my new post for The Scoop on Food,, to help you help kids stress less and take better care of themselves. If you’ve ever allowed stress to make you reach for a cupcake, bowl of ice cream or jar… Read More

Do You Want to Look and Feel Younger Next Week?

I’m very excited that my new book, Younger Next Week (Harlequin Nonfiction) is now available. This book was a true labor of love to write and I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it. I wrote Younger Next Week to help women everywhere find ways… Read More

Diet Book Authors Offer Advice for Losing Weight

Check out several of my tips to help you not only lose weight but get and stay healthy in USA Today.… Read More